Trevor Stewart
Position: 165 pounds
Year: Senior
Hometown: Canton, Mich.
High School: Detroit Catholic Central HS
Trevor Stewart
Courtesy: Associated Press
Release: 12/11/2006
Finished career with an overall record of 78-33 with 11 falls.

2008-09: National qualifier for the second straight season ... posted a 3-2 mark at the NCAA Championships ... won second straight conference title … pinned Obie Simpson (Kent State) in the first period of the MAC Championships final … named MAC Wrestler of the Week after going 4-0 at Virginia Duals … finished runner-up at the Brockport/Oklahoma Gold Classic … tied for team lead in falls with four … posted a 4-0 mark in MAC duals ... finished with an overall record of 26-10, setting a career high for victories ... recipient of the Harry Richards Coaches Award.

2007-08: Won MAC championship at 165 pounds ... defeated Kent State’s Kurt Gross, 3-2, in the second sudden victory period in the conference tournament final ... one victory shy of earning All-America honors at NCAA Championships ... won MAC championship and posted 3-2 record at nationals while competing with a broken hand ... finished runner-up at Reno Tournament of Champions ... defeated No. 1 seed Patrick Pitsch (Arizona State), 6-3, in semis at Reno ... placed sixth at Midlands ... named MAC Wrestler of the Week after defeating No. 2-ranked Eric Tannenbaum, 5-3, in CMU’s 21-13 win over No. 4 Michigan ... co-recipient of program’s Harry Richards Coaches’ Award.

2006-07: Finished runner-up at Reno Tournament of Champions ... posted a 7-5 dual record ... 2-1 at National Duals, including 6-3 decision over No. 5 Mike Patrovich (Hofstra) ... 1-2 in MAC duals ... won both matches at Chippewa Challenge ... missed most of second half of season with injury.

2005-06: Placed runner-up at MAC Championships at 165 pounds ... fell to Northern Illinois’ Johnny Galloway, 4-2, in title match ... shared program’s Most Outstanding Freshman award with Mike Miller ... took over starting role at 165 midway through the season ... top-ranked 165-pounder in the MAC entering conference championships ... posted 3-1 mark in MAC duals ... earned 4-3 decision over then-No. 16 Jarrod King in CMU’s 19-15 win over Oklahoma at National Duals ... placed fourth at Michigan State Open.

High School: Three-time state champion ... unbeaten as a senior with a 53-0 mark ... went 43-1 as a sophomore and 58-1 as a junior ... compiled 200-4 career record ... placed fifth at High School Senior Nationals for an All-America finish ... also named Wrestling USA High School All-American ... helped lead football team to three state titles ... also lettered twice in golf.

Personal: Born July 21, 1987 ... parents are Ron and Sue Thompson ... majoring in business ... brother, Ronnie Thompson, wrestled at Eastern Michigan.